a third eye
for the crow
I’m honored to have this haiku featured at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery! It was written to pair with the above painting, creating a haiga.
Alan Summers and Karen Hoy were responsible for organizing the project.
I’m thrilled to have had this haiku featured at the New Jersey Botanical Gardens last month! Thank you to Carol Palomba for taking the photo and for all of your hard work on this project!
A haiku of mine is featured in the latest issue of The Heron’s Nest:
one blade of grass
You can read the rest of the issue here!
How short can a piece of fiction be and still be considered a valid short story? Hemingway is famous for the misattributed, “For sale: baby shoes; never worn.”
I wanted to take it even further with a one-word short story. It was accepted for publication by Nanoism and can be read by clicking here!
A haibun of mine was featured in the latest issue of Contemporary Haibun Online. You can read it here!
I’m thrilled to have won the RESOBOX International Haiku Contest!
Here’s my winning entry:
Read the other poets’ work here!
The theme for this week’s Haiku Dialogue was ambiguity. I came up with this:
a hole in the clouds
Read the dialogue here.
Last week’s Haiku Dialogue’s theme was suchness. I came up with the following:
a firefly lingers
in the jar
You can read the other poet’s great work here!
church bells the sun rises on cue
Originally published here.